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A 16th century portrait will enter public ownership for the first time in its 425-year history and be hung on the site of the original Greenwich Palace if a public appeal raises £8.6 million.
Seduction, elusiveness, vigorous sculptures and staged pieces are a few of the elements on this year's list. Take a look at a few of the works by the four nominees.
From cave art to graffiti and Berlin to Dumfries, street artists create giant murals for "a world without borders"
With her street art group Recoat, Amy Whiten painted a series of murals across Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games 2014. Her latest work is a giant mural at the city's On The Corner.
Artist Leanne Pearce's exhibition aims to celebrate and normalise breastfeeding through portraits of the artist and other mothers feeding their children.
Lost Stanley Spencer sketchbook found by The Hepworth Wakefield during research for summer exhibition
The Hepworth Wakefield has uncovered a sketchbook by the artist Stanley Spencer, dating from 1907 and containing his earliest known drawings and a short story.
Shakespeare 400: Art and theatre meet in spectacular Compton Verney and Royal Shakespeare Company exhibition
See some of the beautiful images and discover the Shakespeare in Art: Tempests, Tyrants and Tragedy at Compton Verney.
Pallant House gallery has acquired a largely unseen drawing by Edgar Degas, previously owned by Gladys Deacon, Duchess of Marlborough as part of the Acceptance in Lieu scheme.
Alexander de Cadenet has used X-rays of the skull of Richard III to create a series of vanitas artworks more than 500 years after the king's death.
A trio of exhibitions together with events, readings and a flurry of book publications mark the 125th birthday of Stanley Spencer in 2016/17.